After reading many posts regarding newbie gain and how newbies tend to gain significantly faster than other who are past the “new stage”, I began to wonder if much of the newbie gains can be attributed to stronger, healthier penises rather than actual growth. Let me explain, if a 37 year old man who once had a 6” penis (when he was 21) but now sports a 5.75” starts to jelq and stretch and “gains” .25 inches, can that actually be counted as gain?
He was back to where he started when he was younger. Granted, all of us I am sure would love to regain size that was lost but I wonder how many newbie gains fall in this category? So lets say that what I just stated is true, after the newbie gain has been attained, the real “progress” begins to take shape (pardon the pun).
This might explain why some gain faster than others at the onset. Others may have naturally healthier penises in which they have not lost much size as they aged hence are characterized as “hard gainers”. It maybe that many men who has seen newbie gains quickly and now are seeing diminishing returns to their effort as now on par with those who had healthier penises to being with.
All in all, I think this further supports the idea that PE is individual (read your mileage may vary) and requires plenty of time and effort.
comments and criticisms are welcome!